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behaviourism

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way of thinking

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the thought processes characteristic of an individual or group

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the science of mental life

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The Archetype of Shadow in Split World: Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference for Analytical Psychology. Switzerland: Daimon Verlag.
It may well be argued that the "analytical psychology" developed by Carl Jung in the early years of the last century was always more an art than a science anyway.
The purpose of psychotherapy (analytical psychology) is what Jung (1953/1977) calls the transcendent function: creating a harmonious balance between the conscious and the unconscious segments of personality, neither one rejecting nor dominating the other.
'Analytical Psychology in Practice', has six papers which examine how Jung's teaching has been put into practice: the 'classical Jungian school', the developmental school, 'me and my anima'--a study of the 'Jungian/Freudian interface', and.
There's no right or wrong option within each dimension but the combination of these factors means that there are 16 distinct personality 'types', according to the work of Carl Gustav Jung, the Swiss psychiatrist and founder of analytical psychology.
In 1914, Jung jettisoned Freud's theory to found his own system of analytical psychology.
Paul Bishop's study of Carl Gustav Jung reassesses the philosophical inheritance of analytical psychology. Jung stated: 'ich bin kein Philosoph, sondern ein blosser Empiriker, und in allen schwierigen Fragen bin ich geneigt, nach der Erfahrung zu entscheiden'.
Analytical psychology, constructivism, and education.
In New York he taught briefly at Columbia University and also lectured at the Analytical Psychology Club, which met each month at the Brevoort Hotel.
By instituting the absolutism of archetypal images against the oppression of historical contingency, Jung's analytical psychology signifies a therapeutic move from the alleged pathogenicity of historical time to the timeless symbolic universe of (potentially) healing archetypes.
"Analytical Psychology and Literary Criticism," New Literary History 12 (1980): 119-126.
Fourth, one of the most central concepts of analytical psychology, the notion of the Self, is deeply indebted to Goethean thinking and represents a restatement, albeit a simplified one, of certain fundamental tenets of Weimar Classicism.
* Jung's Analytical Psychology (von Wodkle's ergonomic, relaxation & imagination computing exercises)
At first a supporter and friend of Sigmund Freud, Jung broke with him around 1913 to found "analytical psychology." Jung's initial dissatisfaction arose from Freud's sexual theory, not only because it seemed to Jung to be reductionistic, but because it left no room for the human spirit.
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